Airstrike on Marawi: Mark Jhomel/Wikimedia Commons
Airstrike on Marawi: Mark Jhomel/Wikimedia Commons
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Australia needs to calibrate its response to the crisis in Marawi, argues John Blaxland, Jacinta Carroll, Andrew Carr and Marty Harris in the NSC's sixth Policy Options Paper.
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Jason Tong on Flickr
Jason Tong on Flickr
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The Australian tourism industry needs to factor terrorist threats into business risks, Anthony Bergin writes in the Australian Financial Review.
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Suzallo Library: Michael Matti on Flickr
Suzallo Library: Michael Matti on Flickr
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What can researchers do for the national security and intelligence communities? Anthony Bergin asks in The Australian.
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Hong Kong cityscape highlights: International Finance Centre: Mstyslav Chernov
Hong Kong cityscape highlights: International Finance Centre: Mstyslav Chernov
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Australia needs to be flexible to manage its interests as the global economic order shifts, Bruce Luckham argues in the NSC's fifth Policy Options Paper.
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Airstrike on Marawi: Mark Jhomel/Wikimedia Commons
Australia needs to calibrate its response to the crisis in Marawi, argues John Blaxland, Jacinta Carroll, Andrew Carr and Marty Harris in the NSC's sixth Policy Options Paper.
Jason Tong on Flickr
The Australian tourism industry needs to factor terrorist threats into business risks, Anthony Bergin writes in the Australian Financial Review.
Suzallo Library: Michael Matti on Flickr
What can researchers do for the national security and intelligence communities? Anthony Bergin asks in The Australian.
Hong Kong cityscape highlights: International Finance Centre: Mstyslav Chernov
Australia needs to be flexible to manage its interests as the global economic order shifts, Bruce Luckham argues in the NSC's fifth Policy Options Paper.

Policy Engagement

The National Security College is a leading institution in national security teaching, outreach and research, and a unique partnership between the Australian Government and The Australian National University. Building on these strengths, we strive to draw government, academic and industry expertise together to build whole of community perspectives on important national security topics, foster dialogue, drive rigorous policy analysis and provide practical options for the future.

Policy engagement activities

Policy engagement activities

We engage with the national security community to deliver quality policy thinking through a range of activities, such as conferences, roundtables and deep dives, and through a range of practical policy publications.

Futures Hub

Futures Hub

Identifying emerging trends and anticipating disruptive change is crucial to policy work. Our Futures Hub works with the policy community to explore plausible futures and understand their implications for current thinking.

Cyber security and policy

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